This summer, the Downtown Bozeman Association is proud to present the 20th Annual Music on Main Summer Concert Series from the heart of Downtown Bozeman. The local favorite hasn’t looked like it has in past summers, but event organizers put their creative heads together in an effort to keep the tradition alive.
This year, the events will be streamed LIVE from the Rialto Theater. The weekly performances will be available to view through the DBA Facebook page every Thursday night, July 2nd through July 30th, from 7–8:30pm.
Music on Main fans are encouraged to watch from their favorite Downtown Bozeman restaurant and bar locations, at home, around the campfire, or anywhere there’s room to dance at a safe distance.
Last in the virtual series are the Dusty Pockets on July 30th. The Pockets tell meaningful stories, delivered with grit, wrapped in beautiful melodies and driven by powerful grooves. Their self-invented genre, “recreational Americana,” is indicative of the band’s mission to make seriously good music and have fun at the same time. The band’s debut release, Hard Line, is a ten-song album that cherry-picks from the band’s wide and growing catalog of original songs. Centered on a strong foundation of American musical traditions, Hard Line and the band’s live shows showcase a collection of tunes that scratch the itch for twang, soul, and rock n’ roll all at once.
Please note: although streaming live from the Rialto, the July concerts are private events adhering to health guidelines and are not open to the public.
The originally scheduled Music on Main events in August have been canceled. Log on to www.downtownbozeman.org for further information.
A member of the Downtown Bozeman Partnership, the purpose of the Downtown Bozeman Association is to promote downtown as a center of business, culture and entertainment; to conduct and promote activities and events that build a strong local economy; and to contribute to the well-being, growth and vitality of Downtown Bozeman. •